ABI launches mental health standards for travel, health and protection insurers

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Insurers within these lines of business will need to implement the association’s measures by December 2021

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has today launched its new Mental Health Standards for travel, health and protection insurers in order to better support customers with mental health conditions.

Speaking at an online event this morning, titled ’Unspoken stigma to national news - a spotlight on mental health and access to insurance’, the ABI’s director of policy for long-term savings and protection Yvonne Braun explained how the new standards are the culmination of two years of work between the trade association and mental health campaigners.

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